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To be down to
1 - Be attributable to (a particular factor or circumstance). Ex.: "he claimed his problems were down to the media".
2 - Be the responsibility of (a particular person). Ex.: "it's down to you to make sure the boiler receives regular servicing".
3 - Be left with only (the specified amount). Ex.: "I'm down to my last few pounds".
To stroll around
Andar sem rumo; perambular.
If you stroll around somewhere, you walk there in a slow, relaxed way.
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